Amber Heard is no longer a United Nations Human Rights Champion?

Amber Heard is no longer a United Nations Human Rights Champion?

Amber Heard is no longer a United Nations Human Rights Champion?

Amber Heard is no longer a United Nations Human Rights Champion?

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  • Rumours are that Amber Heard is no longer a Human Rights Champion at UN
  • A fan on reddit claimed that the star is no longer a champion because her picture has been removed from the UN’s website
  • The rumours are baseless as there has been no official statement presented in this regard.
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Rumors have circulated that Amber Heard has been removed as the United Nations Human Rights Champion.

A fan on Reddit claimed that the Aquaman star is no longer a UN champion because her picture has been removed from the organization’s website.

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The user shared that message, “The UN Human Rights Commission finally removed Amber Heard’s page from their website after determining she was no longer fit to be a champion for domestic abuse victims.”

Another user shared a similar message, “Shortly after the United Nation’s Human Rights High Commissioner parted ways with Amber Heard the UN made it clear they stood with victims of domestic violence regardless of the victim’s gender identity.”

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Although it is true that Heard’s UN page is not available but the speculations about her removal are baseless as there has been no official statement presented in this regard.

Heard was chosen as the human rights advocate in 2018. “What I survived was not the worst that happened to me. It was what happened after,” she expressed at the time.

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“Imagine the fate of lower-income women, religious and ethnic minorities…. Imagine how much worse it is for them.

“The Me Too movement has done a great deal… we need to take our outrage and determination to end sexual violence and we need to codify it. My story matters. My assault matters,” Heard added.

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